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January 28, 1972 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-28

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1104 Syrian Terrorist
lr Raid in 16 Months

-AVIV IMO — Istael Air
7 jets attacked a terrorist
miles inside Syria Mon-
de); afternoon and returned safely
tp their -bases; a military- spokes-
man• annetmced.
; The 'street was Tel Arrar; a
illiage said to be the Site of the
largest . teWerisr-CoacesiOittion in
Syriafpc,_Tha„k attack Was the: first
Sir raid,' by Israel:- iisfidnitt. 'terror -
ists since
swept over` "Pallthlizidn on tbe
alePes !ef"Mt. 4er.0411





Israeli sources said Monday's
'raid s was a punitive 'action taken
in response to the sharp- rise in
terrorist activity ; along the Syrian

b'o r der in recent weeks. The
sources said further measures
would be taken if the terrorist
activity . continues.
..Tintin armed terrorists- were
killed Sunday night in a clash
with an Israeli patrol near
Magshinthe settlement ha the
Golan Heights. The terrorists
. had, infiltrated Israel-held ter-
ritory from Syria and bad set
up , bazookas .to,fire, on Israeli
vehicles on nearby roads- There
were no Israeli casualties.
Israeli sources said Monday that
the terrorists in, southern Syria
have the full support of and are
acting in coordination with the
Syrian army.

Security sources said that 11
terrorists captured Sunday in a
gun battle in the Jordan valley
were helped by the Jordanian
army to cross into Israeli ter-
The terrorists claimed member-
ship in the Salah A Din, a new
guerrilla band said to enjoy the
support of Jordanian forces. The
Jordanian army has maintained
tight control of the borders with
Israel since last summer's clashes
with the terrorists.



Friday, Unwary 22, 1472-39

Israeli Workers Get 8 Pct. Pay Increase

JERUSALEM (JTA)-811 wage
earners in Israel will be given an
8 per cent cost of living allowance
as of this month, according to an
agreement reached by Moshe
Zanbar, governor of the Bank of
Israel, and Yehoshua Woschins,
head of the trade union affairs
department of Histadrut.

Zanbar bad been authorized to
negotiate the matter en behalf
of the government. The employ-
ers' unions years ago adepted
the practice of accepting what-
ever the government does.

import surcharges that stemmed
from the devaluation last Angst
would be borne by the wage earn-
ers. The agreement does not cover
basic pay.

* * * a a
a N c..a...di", -.* CA R ICATURES a
MS ,
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The cost of living index actually
rose by 13.5 per cent in 1971.. How-
ever, the two sides agreed that


A riddle; thug" will become more sue, made up of unequal parts ing from secondary schools—many
demanding. it w solution . in the of law and order, permissiveness,
problems are tackled by Harry
1972 electians Is tackied in a vol- pot, disruption and elements of Kemelman (author of "Friday the
ume that already _aroused unusual the race problem, "dearly took Rabbi Slept Late" and "Saturday
interest 'in- 1970. In "The ReaI Ma- its place alongside economic con-
the Rabbi Went Hungry") in
jority•" by Richard M. Scammon cerns as a major political issue "Common Sense
in Education,"
and Ben J. Wallenberg, just re- of our time."
published by Crown.
issued with an impottant epilogue
He views the black student's
In 1972, the authors predict the
by Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, issues to be:
situation as the most tragic aspect
the examination of the American
The social issue will be even of the contemporary campus scene
electrorate becomes more -potent.
and what bothers him is that the
- 'The two authors, in their very more potent and will still remain readiness of the college conunu-
basically a pro-Republican issue,
valuable analysel, provide . a study but if the Democrats keep dem- nity to back the black students'
of the electorate and the forms onstrating that it is not an illiberal demands is that "essentially it is
of reactions to be expected in the concern to worry about people's patronizing."
year. ahead.
He declares that the black
safety in the streets at night,
race is not inferior, that their
The authors had planned to call they'll be okay.
majority have not had the
their book "The Next President."
The economic issue will be of
In the epilogue they summarize great importance in a presiden-
chance to learn normally, that
and conclude:
he is certain as a teacher "that
tial election. If Nixon is success-
black student who has under-
"American voters want social ful in curbing inflation and cut-
gone the normal preparation for
stability and economic progress ting down unemploYanent rates, it
college will do as well as any
—each hi the broadest sense. will be a horse lace, otherwise
other racial strain."
This Includes law and order' as
difficult for him to win.
Remelman sees the changes that
well as 'aid to cities.' It includes
The President has an excellent have taken place in colleges "un-
civil rights but not uncivil dis- record of refusing the war as an
der the stress of campus rebel-
ruption. The politIca.1 person-
issue and "has a better than fair lions" as not improving the insti-
ality who can best convince the
chance in continuing his defusing tution, because for the most part
American people that he can tactics."
they are concessions to students
deliver on these issues will be
In "The - Real Majority," Scam- for a greater share in governing
known in November 1972; by
mon and Wattenberg have an in- the college. He states that this
words which we at one time
teresting comment on the chances puts .a less experienced driver at
considered for the title of our
of a Jew for the presidency. They the wheel. He adds:
book: 'The Next President.' "
In our fast-moving and ever-
The authors of "The Real Ma-
"A Gallup poll in 1969 showed
jority" emphasize in their effec- that only 8 per cent would not vote changing society, the college was
of slow time, stand-
tive analyses that the social is- for a candidate because he was
ing as a bastion of the eternal
Jewish. Gallup data from 1937 verities against the whims and
showed 46 per cent would not note fancies of the moment. I cannot
for a candidate because he was see that our society will profit by
Jewish. Of course, Barry Gold- eliminating it."
water was born of a Jewish father,
but as Harry Golden said rue-
VIENNA. <JTA) — Legal ex- fully: 'I always knew the first
perts said that the trial of the two Jewish President would be. an
former- Nazis who built and in- Episcopalian.•. " -
stalled the gas chambers and cre-
"The Real Majorit," offers in-
matoria at the Auschwitz -death teresting data on the overwhelm-
camp may last seven weeks and ing Jewish support that was given
could end with the acquittal of the
Hubert Humphrey in 1968, on the
accused if the court chooses to Tarty-Bradley contest in Los An-
interpret the law "liberally."
geles and the .racial issue as it
The two are Walter Deject), 83, affected attitudes t towards John
'and Pritz-Kari Sit 64.
Lindsay in New York.
Both were assistant chiefs of
the Central. Building Corp. of the
Waffen SS in Auschwitz.- Deject), a Sheikh Jeaberi Urges
businessman, in butte in the Aus-
2_19-Jritons Tolerance
trian Tyrol, pleaded not guilty. No
plea wat_reported for his co-de-
Mohammed Ali Jaabari, Hebron
fendant, Ertl, who lives in Linz.
called. on Jews and Christi-
Ilejlek-Apo In eharsed with
ans to come to an understanding
the “p .m." sintrdei” of a
with Moslems. Speaking before the
detainee whom he allegedly beat
to death with a shovel in Oct. Israeli Interfaith Committee, the
Bank leader observed that
1948. He murdered another de-
"We all worship one God."
tainee a month earlier, the
that Jews and Moslems
charge sheet stated. .
enjoyed good relations for centuries
Legal circles said that if the and blamed "British imperialism"
accused were found to be only for stirring mad feelings between
"indirectly guilty" of the charges, the two peoples- in this country.
the jury might decide to acquit
Sheikh Mohammed added that
them on grounds that the charges Islam accepts both the Jewish and
were formally filed after the stat- Christian prophets and called on
ute of limitations on war crimes' Jews and Christians to accept
came into effect.
Bloomfield Commons
Mohammed as one of God's mes-
The statute is inapplicable only sengers. -
Lasher & Maple Rds.
in cases where the accused is
Jaabari has tried unsuccessfully
charged with direct, premediated to get Saudi Aribia to permit Israeli
Arabs to make their pilgrimage to

Ex-Nazis. on. Trial
May Be Acquitted


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Kemelman Backs
Older Standards
$3.123 Million in Bonds
Social and: EcOuo rnic Issues Declared in U.S. Education Sold at NYC Dinner
NEW YORK (JTA) — A land-
'Restiveness on the campus, stu-
Vital fin , - 71* kea 1 Majority' Issues
dent strikes and rebellions, the mark in the business community's
rising costs, the problems emerg- support of Israel's economy was


1.1.14i ti


reached with a sale of $3,123,000
in Israel Bonds at a dinner honor-
ing Joseph Binder, president of
the Bohack Corp., it was reported.
The dinner, held here recently,
was sponsored by the supermark-
ets, tobacco, confectionary and al-
lied industries division of State of
Israel Bonds, and attended by
Binder received the Israel Bond
Organization's Shield of David
Award. He will be among a group
of American business executives
who will leave for Jerusalem
Saturday to attend a special three-
day economic conference at the
invitation of Premier Golda Meir.

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